Cyber News Rundown: Radiohead Hit by Ransomware Hack

Radiohead Refuses Ransom, Releases Stolen Tracks The band Radiohead recently fell victim to a hack in which 18 hours of previously unreleased sessions were ransomed for $150,000. Rather than pay the ludicrous fee, the band instead opted to release the tracks through Bandcamp for a donation to charity. The unreleased sessions were stored as archived […]
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Privacy: One Year After GDPR – Business Security Weekly #64

    Unfortunately, our scheduled interview was cancelled this week, but we are working to get Brian rescheduled. Instead, we’re going to discuss the state of privacy one year after GDPR. Yes, GDPR is a year old. Are things better, worse, or the same? A few articles to stimulate our discussion: The Five Myths Of […]
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Cyber News Rundown: Medical Testing Service Data Breach

Quest Diagnostics Customers Affected by Third-Party Breach The medical testing organization Quest Diagnostics has fallen victim to a third-party data breach that could affect nearly 12 million of their patients. AMCA, a collections agency that works with Quest Diagnostics, noticed unauthorized access to their systems over an eight-month period from August of last year through […]
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Link: https://www.webroot.com/blog/2019/06/07/cyber-news-rundown-medical-testing-service-data-breach